I decided to go here again. Why? Because this recipe is Simply that simple. If you’re trying to get your kids or grandkids to eat more vegi’s this is a great thing to start with. The last recipe I gave you (for cauliflower mashers) had more of an Atkins spin, with heavy cream and all.… Continue reading Simply Cauliflower Mash
These are a savory fold over snack. I still don’t know why my mom called them galletas, from what I understand galleta is Spanish for cookie. Well, a sweet treat they are not. Savory, flaky and delish, they definitely are. Growing up these were always a very welcomed treat. My mom made them from time… Continue reading My Momma’s Galletas, A Savory Snack
When in San Diego, Torrey Pines is one of my absolute favorite places to visit. The area offers such fantastic views of the sea. One can get in a really good workout here as well. Parking can be found at the base of the reserve. The walk up the road to the trails is a… Continue reading Torrey Pines, Oh My
It was as if one day she woke up and the pain just left And just like that all was forgotten that was bad The good remained it’s all that ever really mattered anyway… g.
Fresh rosemary rules! Excuse my busy kitchen. 😉 The main events Process… follow Big Apple Mama’s lead here, (I doubled this recipe, so double the below listed ingredients if you’ll be doubling too. http://thebigapplemama.com/2016/04/garlic-cloud-bread.html with the following exceptions… omit sugar Add 1/4 tsp garlic powder Add 1/2 tsp minced fresh rosemary I used whipped cream… Continue reading Rosemary Cloud Wraps (Keto-Friendly)
Hey there all, at least one of my blog recipes calls for Chile seasoning, a packet of it, so…. I thought I’d post this recipe link on how to make your own. For those of you with food additive sensitivities this might be a much better option for you anyway. I’m making a big pot… Continue reading Homemade Chile Seasoning
I hiked up to Tenaja Falls in the Cleveland National Forest with friends recently. What a glorious area. And so it begins… By car to get to the trail we took it’s about a 4 mile drive on a one lane winding road. Our trusty driver knew to take it slow, having completed this hike… Continue reading Onward and Upward, To Tenaja Falls